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First Baptist Church of Pittsburgh

A House of Prayer for All People
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               ABOUT OUR CONGREGATION


As a "House of Prayer" we love meeting new people. In our 205th year as a congregation, while we may be small in number, with 40 to 45 people in attendance on a typical Sunday morning,  we are blessed to worship in a beautiful large historic sacred place.  We have plenty of room for you and invite you to consider making First Baptist your church home. Come, grow in faith! 


First formed in 1812 in downtown Pittsburgh, the congregation moved into this church building in 1912. As a "house of prayer for all people" we are racially and culturally diverse and welcome all seeking to understand their faith or inquiring about Christianity.


The First Baptist Church of Pittsburgh is located at the northeast corner of the University of Pittsburgh campus in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh, just a few blocks from Carnegie Mellon University and close to both Carlow and Chatham Universities. See Location and parking for more information.

 

 

Mission

As a "House of Prayer for All People we seek to glorify God in all that we do; to love God and to love and encourage one another. Our mission is Transformation:  Transforming lives – through faith – in the risen Chris!


Our Commission
Through our worship, education and outreach we seek to fulfill the call of Matthew 28:19-20 to make disciples of all peoples and teach them to be faithful in following Christ.
 
Our Ambition
As messengers of reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:18-21) we trust that if we help remove barriers God can work the miracle of new life. We promote an atmosphere where differing ideas can be viewed and expressed freely.
 
Our Position
As a "house of prayer for all peoples" (Isaiah 56:7) we carry out our ministry in Oakland to people of diverse racial, cultural, and language backgrounds.
Our Affiliation is with the American Baptist Churches, USA